Fantasy Baseball

Fantasy Baseball

By now, you’ll most likely be looking for some specific assistance with your fantasy teams. You may be a bit light in pitching, lacking on some offense or perhaps a bit of both. If you’re fortunate enough, you will just need a bit of help in one category. It’s unlikely

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Fantasy BaseballFix Audio

On episode 28, Alan Harrison (@TheFantasyFix) is joined by guest co-host Matt Goldman (@TheOriginalBull) to discuss some baseball news and notes, including Giancarlo Stanton and the Yankees’ playing time situation, Byron Buxton’s wrist injury and potential replacements, Logan Allen’s promotion to the Padres, the Giants/NL West, players to buy/sell, Ottoneu

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Fantasy Baseball

We come to the end of the two to add and two to dump series…at least for now. We will likely revisit this later in the season when the fantasy season is coming down the stretch. We started just after Memorial Day when the summer unofficially begins. This is the

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Fantasy Baseball

The injured boys from the Bronx are about to get some well needed assistance from some familiar faces. Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Giancarlo Stanton might be back with the team as early as Tuesday.  Baseball fans and fantasy lovers rejoice.

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Fantasy BaseballFix Audio

On episode 27, Alan Harrison (@TheFantasyFix) and co-host Todd Clark (@lunchmade) discuss some baseball news and notes, injuries, those coming back from injury (Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton & Scooter Gennett) and the potential impact on lineups/playing time. Alan also touches on some middle relievers to plug into your lineups to stabilize

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Fantasy Baseball

If you have been following the two to add and two to dump series you know a few things. First, we are basing our recommendations on batted ball data and not traditional numbers. Secondly, the term “dump” is a euphemism for trade. In most cases, these are established players that

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Fantasy Baseball

Dealing with outfielders is always a challenge in fantasy sports. Some of my leagues treat outfielders separately while others clump them together. There really is no good way to treat them, but if we separate them out into positions then you can always put them back together on your own.

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Fantasy Baseball

We are continuing our series of looking at each position and the batted ball data. Looking at batted ball data affords us the opportunity to look at whose numbers are outkicking their coverage and which ones should do better from here on out. We are ignoring the conventional numbers for

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Fantasy BaseballFix Audio

On episode 26, Alan Harrison (@TheFantasyFix) and co-host Todd Clark (@lunchmade) discuss some Banda, baseball news and notes, injuries, starting pitchers to keep tabs on and a handful of speed options for those in deeper formats. Give a listen below or download the podcast in iTunes, Stitcher or Google Play. Please

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Fantasy Baseball

Welcome to the 2019 week nine fantasy baseball trade value chart. TheFantasyFix.com’s “Tools of the Trade” is a unique guide for owners to use while attempting to make an even trade with their league-mates in a standard 12-team mixed, 5×5 head-to-head or rotisserie redraft league. The values present in this

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Matt Carpenter Fantasy Baseball
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The common thread running through this series is that only fools run with their roster and never make changes from day one. The winners in fantasy baseball are never the ones who win the draft. That’s like winning the Winter Meetings for real baseball clubs. The winners are the ones

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Fantasy Baseball

At this time, you’ll find my rankings along with Todd Clark’s and  Jamie Steed‘s in a consensus format for the rest of the 2019 fantasy baseball season as of Jun 4, 2019. For the purpose of these rankings, assume a traditional 5×5 redraft format. Commentary and Tools of the Trade

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Fantasy Basketball

2016 Fantasy BasketballFantasy Basketball

I don’t even have time to explain how crazy life has been the past month, but I didn’t want to not get out a last set of rankings before the final weekend of drafts. These are my Head-to-Head rankings, so category killers aren’t dropped like they are in my Roto

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2016 Fantasy BasketballFantasy Basketball

I don’t even have time to explain how crazy life has been the past month, but I didn’t want to not get out a last set of rankings before the final weekend of drafts. This is the roto rankings, which I have said many times how I am for roto

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2016 Fantasy BasketballFantasy Basketball

Following on from last week’s fantasy NBA for n00bs piece (Part I here), here is Part II! M for Mocks – It’s return of the mock season. Read about the expert mocks; compete in a few mocks on different sites, and if you have sleepers remember where they’re going so you

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2016 Fantasy BasketballFantasy Basketball

Guides are fun and so are rankings and the nit-picking of said rankings. This isn’t a dummies guide or anything, but there are some really obvious tips, tricks or strategies that are often over-looked in fantasy. I’ve been playing since 2000…wow this was a winning team in 12 team 8-cat

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Fantasy Hockey

Fantasy HockeyFix Audio

Welcome to the relaunch of Slap Shot Podcast!Host Christopher Morais (@fuzzychris91) is back and ready for the 2019-20 NHL fantasy hockey season. In this episode, it’s all about preparing for the draft. Chris takes a look at six guidelines that everyone should be following leading up to, and during the

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Fantasy Hockey

Congratulations to the four teams for making it this far. The Eastern Conference first round was full of surprises, and there will probably be just as many in round two. All four teams deserve to be here, but only two can advance to the next round. Let’s take a look

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Fantasy Football

2019 Fantasy FootballFantasy Football

One of my favorite times of the year is upon us. The Monster Mash is heavy in the rotation this week along with many childhood Halloween music favorites (my co-workers despise me around Holidays). I love All Hallows’ Eve since my days as a youth creating havoc in the streets

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2019 Fantasy FootballFantasy Football

While watching the Nationals explode for a dozen runs in Game Two of the World Series, I was researching for ways to get an edge on my competition. Scouring for which options were available and would be the best fit for my team. In the end, I selected to use

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